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2 Games in 1: Columns Crown + Chu Chu Rocket!

2 Games in 1: Columns Crown + Chu Chu Rocket!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - 2005

This double pack is a compilation of two Sega games, previously released individually for the GBA: Columns Crown ChuChu Rocket!

Alien Front

Alien Front

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Alien Front is a video game released for Sega NAOMI arcade hardware in 2001. It is a team-based vehicluar combat game. In its original form, Alien Front was not brought to home consoles, however it was retooled and given an online focus in the form of Alien Front Online for the Sega Dreamcast. It is suspected both games are largely identical, with this arcade version merely relying on local multiplayer as opposed to battles played over the internet.

Alien Front Online

Alien Front Online

Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 9, 2001

Alien Front Online is a Dreamcast video game originally released for the console in 2001. In the game, players use armored vehicles to fight tense battles staged in large, interactive arenas. Players could choose which side they wished to fight for, the aliens or the human defenders of Earth, and could also choose one of three different vehicles to combat with; each having its own advantages and disadvantages. Although Alien Front was fully playable for one person, it was primarily designed as an online game in which up to 8 players (up to 4 on each side) could battle it out. Players move...

Blood Will Tell: Tezuka Osamu's Dororo

Blood Will Tell: Tezuka Osamu's Dororo

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 21, 2004

In this combat adventure, players take the role of a hero whose hands and feet are lethal weapons -- quite literally. Hyakkimaru is missing several of his natural body parts, which have been replaced by blades, guns, and other weaponry. His natural limbs were taken by demons, and he is on a quest to take them back. The fast-paced hack-and-slash action is strung together on a fairly thick storyline, which is told through extensive pre-rendered cut scenes. A two-player mode is also included, which puts the second gamer in control of Hyakkimaru's companion Dororo, a small girl with some big...

Columns Crown

Columns Crown

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - February 24, 2002

Princess Dazzle has searched all over for the missing Magic Gems that fill in the Columns Crown. You must help her recover them from a band of Forest Thieves by beating every puzzle to unlock the hidden Gems! Can you collect them all and complete the crown? Frantic multi-player action full of devastating special moves. Collect Magic Gems to unleash spectacular elemental attacks. New Survival, Versus, and Flash Columns modes.

Gekitou Pro Yakyuu

Gekitou Pro Yakyuu

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 11, 2003

Gekitō Pro Yakyū is a sports video game released in 2003 by WOW Entertainment for the Triforce arcade board. It is a Japanese-only released baseball game featuring cel-shading.

Gekitou Pro Yakyuu: Mizushima Shinji All Stars vs. Pro Yakyuu

Arcade - Released - September 11, 2003

Gekitou Pro Yakyuu: Mizushima Shinji Allstars vs Pro Yakyuu (激闘プロ野球 水島新司オールスターズVSプロ野球) is an arcade baseball game released in 2003 for Triforce arcade hardware. It was only released in Japan, and was ported to the PlayStation 2 and GameCube.

Giant Gram 2000

Giant Gram 2000

Sega Naomi - Released - 2001

Home Run King

Home Run King

Nintendo GameCube - Released - March 18, 2002

Home Run King is an MLB-licensed baseball game released exclusively for the GameCube. Designed more as a pick-up-and-play game than a detailed simulation, it offers fast-paced gameplay and a basic selection of modes. Modes include Exhibition, Season, Playoffs and Home Run Derby. The game features team customization and player creation and trading. Players will control all aspects of play: pitching, batting, fielding and running. The pitching interface features a pitch type selector that displays the pitches available to the current player as lines whose length indicates their...

The House of the Dead

The House of the Dead

Windows - January 1, 1998

The House of the Dead is a first-person, light gun arcade game. Players assume the role of agents Thomas Rogan and "G" in their efforts to repel the dangerous, inhumane experiments of Dr. Curien, a madman.

The House of the Dead 2

The House of the Dead 2

Windows - July 6, 2001

The House of the Dead 2 is a rail shooter light gun game. It incorporates a branching path system that allows players to take a variety of different routes leading to the same point in the game's story.

The House of the Dead 4

The House of the Dead 4

Arcade - Released - 2005

The House of the Dead 4 is an on rails light gun shooter. Players take on the role of James Taylor and Kate Green and fight their way through six chapters of zombies and super-natural monsters, with a boss fight at the end of each chapter. Throughout the game there are cut scenes to tell the background story. The arcade machine has prop uzi guns with motion controls. Players can shake the guns to fight off zombies when they get too close.

The House of the Dead 4

The House of the Dead 4

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - April 17, 2012

Save the world from nuclear disaster while old enemies and evil creatures stand in your way in this exciting shooting game. Enhanced graphics, co-op play, and PlayStation Move motion controller compatibility bring an intense arcade experience right to your living room. Play as AMS Agent James Taylor or Kate Green through a series of gory levels and see if you have what it takes to save the world before it's too late.

The House of the Dead III

The House of the Dead III

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - February 14, 2012

Run fast. Shoot faster. Straight from the arcades, this fast-paced shooting game is more realistic than ever with enhanced graphics and PlayStation Move compatibility. Unload shotgun rounds on relentless armies of evil creatures turned loose in a post-apocalyptic world. As Lisa Rogan or Agent G, you must rescue Ex-AMS Agent Thomas Rogan before the unthinkable happens. Team up or battle alone through various routes filled with horrific creatures.

The House of the Dead III

The House of the Dead III

Microsoft Xbox - Released

The House of the Dead III is a 2002 light gun arcade game with a horror zombie-survival theme, and the third installment to the House of the Dead series of video games, developed by Wow Entertainment and Sega. It was later ported to the Xbox in 2003, Microsoft Windows in 2005, the Wii in 2008 in a compilation with The House of the Dead 2, and PlayStation 3 in 2012 with PlayStation Move support. The game continues the story of the previous games and introduces new gameplay concepts such as story branching. The game's protagonist is Lisa Rogan, daughter of Thomas Rogan, the first game's main...

Inu No Osanpo

Inu No Osanpo

Arcade - Released - 2001

Inu no Osanpo (犬のおさんぽ), (lit. "Walk the Dog") is a dog-walking simulation game developed by Wow Entertainment and published by Sega for the Sega NAOMI arcade system in 2001. Players "walk" a virtual dog by walking on a treadmill and control the pet with a leash attached to a plastic dog in front of the player. The game was only released in Japan. Inu no Osanpo simulates the experience of walking a dog. Players first choose one of six breeds of dog to walk: Poodle, Pug, Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Shiba Inu, Labrador Retriever, or Siberian Husky. The difficulty of the game changes depending on the...

Loving Deads: The House of the Dead EX

Loving Deads: The House of the Dead EX

Arcade - Released - 2008

Ai Sareruyori Ai Shitai: The House of the Dead EX (愛されるより愛シタイ), also known in Europe as Loving Deads: The House of the Dead EX, is a spinoff to the House of the Dead series released by Sega. It was released exclusively to Japanese arcades in 2009. The game concerns a young zombie couple, Zobio and Zobiko, who seek to escape from captivity. Each stage consists of minigames which utilize the cabinet's light guns (e.g. shooting apples) and foot pedals (e.g. stomping spiders). Players go through the stages by choosing between two or three pairs of minigames before fighting a boss at the end....

Lupin the Third: The Shooting

Lupin the Third: The Shooting

Arcade - Released - 2001

Lupin the 3rd: The Shooting (ルパン三世 THE SHOOTING) is a light gun game developed by Wow Entertainment and published by Sega for the Sega NAOMI arcade system. It is based on the long-running Lupin the 3rd anime series.

Pocket GT America

Sega Dreamcast VMU - Released - August 29, 2000

Sega Bass Fishing 2

Sega Bass Fishing 2

Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 21, 2001

Sega Bass Fishing 2 totally redefines the virtual fishing experience with realistic lakes and life-like ecologies. Watch out-the fish are even smarter this time around! Even with over 100 lures and the freedom to cast anywhere, you'll need every ounce of skill that you have if you want to fill your boat.

Sega Bass Fishing Duel

Sega Bass Fishing Duel

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 23, 2002

You'll enjoy the addictive, arcade-style gameplay from the original hit title, plus an added level of realism. Motor out onto breathtaking, real-life lakes that change to reflect the seasons, time of day, water temperature, weather, and wind. But don't get distracted, as there's intense action lurking just below the surface. Choose a character from a colorful cast of anglers, each with his own strengths and weaknesses and a whole lot of attitude. Then go head-to-head against your armchair angler buddy or a wily AI opponent in new split-screen competitions. What's more, the fish are even...

Sega GT

Sega GT

Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 17, 2000

With a nod towards GT2, Sega tosses in their entry in the race-career-category, meaning that this game is all about racing. Racing to win competitions, cars, money and other prizes (such as licenses for bigger cars), buying new cars to race in, upgrading cars to race in and gaining licenses to race with. It features realistic controls, graphic and physics, and spans over career, multiplayer or arcade modes, and hundreds of cars to boot.

Sega GT

Sega GT

Windows - Released - February 17, 2000

Sega GT, released in Japan as Sega GT: Homologation Special (セガGT ホモロゲーションスペシャル, Sega Jī Tī Homorogēshon Supesharu), is a sim racing video game co-developed by Wow Entertainment and TOSE. With a nod towards GT2, Sega tosses in their entry in the race-career-category, meaning that this game is all about racing. Racing to win competitions, cars, money and other prizes (such as licenses for bigger cars), buying new cars to race in, upgrading cars to race in and gaining licenses to race with. It features realistic controls, graphic and physics, and spans over career, multiplayer or arcade...

Sega GT 2002

Sega GT 2002

Microsoft Xbox - Released - September 2, 2002

Sega GT 2002 is the sequel to Wow Entertainment's Racing Game Sega GT, released in Japan late in 2002 as a competitor to the PlayStation 2's highly successful Gran Turismo 3. The game was originally intended to be released for the Dreamcast, but when the Dreamcast was discontinued in 2001, the game was reprogrammed for the Xbox. Following its initial release as a retail game, it was given away on a disk with Jet Set Radio Future in specially-marked Xbox console packages. Sega released Sega GT Online for the following year, with extra cars and an online facility to be used with the Xbox...

Sega Marine Fishing

Sega Marine Fishing

Sega Naomi - Released - March 1, 2003

Sega Marine Fishing is a fishing video game in which the player attempts to catch various marine sport fish. The gameplay's emphasis was on enticing fish to bite onto the lure and then successfully fighting the fish and reeling it to the boat.

Sega Tetris

Sega Tetris

Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 23, 2000

Sega Tetris is an officially licensed Tetris game originally made for arcades that can be played in both single player and multi player modes. The game uses polygonal graphics with animated backgrounds. As progress through the game is made these change and take the player to numerous different settings. When playing alone the game is very much true to the original Tetris but with some differences. The game is played with a joystick for moving the blocks around as they fall and two buttons to rotate them left and right. As the game's level is raised the speed of the falling block will also...

Sports Jam

Sports Jam

Sega Dreamcast - Released - July 18, 2001

Sports Jam has eight competitive sports for players to master in head-to-head 2-player matches. The goal is for the player to earn the title King of Sports, and this can only be done by mastering all 12 events including Football, Baseball, Hockey, Basketball, Tennis, Soccer, Golf and Cycling. [edit description]

The Typing Of The Dead: Zombie Da! Typing Lariat for Mac

The Typing Of The Dead: Zombie Da! Typing Lariat for Mac

Apple Mac OS - Released - August 30, 2007

This is a Japan-only upgraded version of Typing Of The Dead which was also released on Windows. The upgrades include new minigames and a new feature where you can compete against a clone of yourself. The Mac version also has the characters carrying compact Macs on their backs. One of the very few titles that Sega released specifically for Macs in Japan. Released August 30, 2007.

Vampire Night

Vampire Night

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 13, 2001

Vampire Night is a light gun game produced by Sega's Wow Entertainment, distributed through Namco and released in 2000 for video game arcades. It was later ported to PlayStation 2 in November 2001. Two players can team up to take down on screen enemies. A struggle between light and dark, from 300 years back, is about to ensue. The parties involved are Michel and Albert, the two vampire hunters representing light, and the vampires representing dark. The story takes place in an alternate version of the year 2006 in France, when progress looks stuck in the late 19th century. Michel and...

Vampire Night

Vampire Night

Arcade - 2001

Vampire Night is a rail shooter / light gun game in which a struggle between light and dark, from three centuries back, is about to ensue. The parties involved are Michel and Albert, the two vampire hunters representing light, and the vampires representing dark. The story takes place in an alternate version of the year 2006 in France, when progress looks stuck in the late 19th century.

Wild Riders

Wild Riders

Arcade - Released - June 8, 2001

A motorcycle chase game. The player assumes the role of a biker gang member who is trying to escape from the police and avoid capture. Runs on the Sega "NAOMI 2" hardware. Even if titlescreen says 2000, Wild Riders was released in March 2001 in Japan. It was presented at the February 2001 AOU (Arcade Operators Union) in Japan.

World Series Baseball

World Series Baseball

Arcade - Released - 2001

Runs on the Sega "NAOMI GD-ROM System" hardware.

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